Which slip on for a BMW R1200GS?

Discussion in 'Australia' started by Bombardier1965, May 7, 2012.

  1. Quirky

    Quirky Been here awhile

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    +1 for the staintune system. Great local product! It did seem to let it spin up quicker after fitting.:rofl But i felt that the bike wasn't running as smooth.:cry So did the power commander thing and this fixed it up with better fuel consumption.
    If it wasnt for the P/commander i'd prefer the stock setup. Dynotuned the setup and made as good if not better power with the restricter in compared to it out. :deal
    98.11hp & 78.38ft-lbs without restricter. 97.62hp & 82.73ft/lbs with restricter. The latter was 5°c cooler and 20% difference in humidity to be fair, so no restricter might have a small edge.
    I like the restricter out but when 2up cant get starcomm to stop picking up pipe noise from pillions hat. Also 2 up we get exhaust gasses hanging around because of my huge aeroflow windscreen. Restricter mostly used now. :lol3
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  2. farcall

    farcall Long timer

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    I wonder if these are any good. They sure look the part...

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  3. Bombardier1965

    Bombardier1965 Gelände Straße

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    What about the GPR slip on - anyone got any info on how they sound and perform?
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  4. notsoslow

    notsoslow Been here awhile

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  5. cascade63

    cascade63 Been here awhile

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    Know of a couple of lads over West that recently got them. They are happy with the quality and also the service/delivery, fitted no problem and initial ride feedback was positive. Will have a yarn with them over the weekend and see how they feel about them now.
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  6. Bombardier1965

    Bombardier1965 Gelände Straße

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    I know this post is a bit old, but thanks for all the feedback and just to let you know that I bought the GPR slip on and fitted it. Took me less than an hour, and I am very impressed so far. All stainless steel, fits perfectly and provided with two types of end mufflers, thus giving you 3 sound options - soft purr, impressive snap crackle pop and no muffler is a serious growl. Also, bought on eBay and arrived 5 days later from Italy - well packaged and labelled. An excellent investment for $300.
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